[ noun ] the property of being extremely abundant
Used in print(Edward Jablonski, Harold Arlen Happy with the Blues....)
Such speech differences made him acutely aware of the richness and expressivness of language .(Robert E. Lane, The Liberties of Wit: Humanism, Critici...)
If art is to release us from these postulated things [ things we must think symbolically about ] and bring us back to the ineffable beauty and richness of the aesthetic component of reality in its immediacy , it must sever its connection with these common_sense entities '' .(Jay Williams, The Forger....)
This set his tone : richness of texture and color , and another kind of richness as_well , for his clothing and decorations would have paid the Brush-off 's rent for a year .
[ noun ] (music) the property of a sound that has a rich and pleasing timbre
Used in print(Chicago Daily Tribune...)
The voices of all the characters , including that of Cherkasov , have richness , roughness or color to conform with the personalities .